As you peruse the reviews you'll quickly note some consistent, recurring comments. I can confirm some or most of them.
After reading these reviews, there were really no big surprises as my adult daughter and I unilaterally decided to give the heralded Blue Door a go. It was a special treat for sure (a little too pricey and a little too rich in calories to do on a regular basis) but the concept and the fare looked enticing.
The waitress was as cheerful and nice as could be. Good job to her and whoever hired her.
Daughter's hot chocolate was reportedly "the bomb" and my Guatemalan coffee was absolutely spot on. Best I've had, French press presentation to boot.
Daughter had a huge portion of two savory crepes with a complex blend of unique flavors. (You won't find these at IHOP.) I sampled them and the blissfully mild English sausage rang my bell.
Chicken and waffles (savory jalapeno cheese) were presented to yours truly with very good visual presentation. Chicken was decent, waffles were also ok but a bit soggy/rubbery. It's a tough nut to crack getting savory waffles to comply but nice try almost. Ohio maple syrup, perfect and garnish of lovely black raspberries, nice.
Took home some baked goods to mom, scone and almond crossiant, both huge and delish.
The only minor complaint would be the tenuous wooden chairs, probably great for most normal people, but my 6'7" 250 lb. frame gave it a scare when I plunked down. Even more so after eating a plus sized meal!
Oh, I almost forgot, tasty potato and onions, caramelized to perfection. All for $60, you'll have to judge the value for youself.
From my perch, it was a great treat for this father and his daughter as it was a special meal, not IHOP, Bob Evans or any one of a bunch of cheap but great greasy spoon diners.
I'm sure I'll be back.
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